4 Reasons You Need to Regularly Change Your Oil

 

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Regularly Change Your Oil in TylerEngine oil is the lifeblood of your vehicle. It keeps the engine moving smoothly so the tires can keep spinning. All vehicles need to have their oil changed on a regular basis, based on manufacturer recommendations. The time frame usually means changing it every 3,000 to sometimes as much as 10,000 miles. Changing the oil is an important part of auto maintenance, and here are 4 reasons you need to change the oil on a regular basis.

Engine Lubrication

The main function of engine oil is to lubricate all moving parts, such as valves and pistons, so they can move without grinding on each other. Low oil levels or contaminated oil will cause these parts to wear much faster than they would with fresh oil.

Remove Sludge

As oil moves through the engine it collects dust, dirt and other debris that may have made its way into the internal parts of the engine. As it collects these impurities it turns the oil into a muddy mixture that can get stuck in certain areas and cause the engine to run less efficiently and drop your MPGs. Changing the oil cleans this sludge out.

Clogged Oil Filter

When you get your oil changed the service professional will also change your oil filter. The oil filter removes impurities from clean oil as it circulates through the engine. But the longer the car is ran without a new one the more clogged it gets, which prevents good oil from getting into the engine.

Operating Temperature

Engine oil helps absorb heat generated by the moving parts of the engine. However dirty oil will not absorb it as well. To help regulate the engine temperature and reduce chances of overheating have the oil changed regularly.

Oil changes are an integral part of any vehicle's life. To learn more about the benefits of this service or to schedule an appointment for an oil change in Tyler call All Tune & Lube today at (903) 525-6789. The expert mechanics at ATL Tyler can perform any necessary maintenance or auto repair that your vehicle needs, from engine and transmission work to brake repair and suspension replacement.


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Written By Brian Corey

Published By MORBiZ